HonorSociety.org Scholarships - Community Service Scholarship Recipients Announced

Member society scholarships awarded to volunteers of community service programs.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- HonorSociety.org proudly announces the recipients of the member society's community service scholarship. The four scholarship recipients are: Autumn from University of Oklahoma, Hannah from University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Joyce from University of Louisville and Quinashai from University of Houston.

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The recipients participate in a variety of worthwhile community service causes, such as volunteering at a suicide prevention hotline, as well as local causes and hospitals. The scholarship is intended to reward students for taking leadership roles within their community. HonorSociety.org reviews applications of all members in order to choose high quality applicants. Requirements include an official transcript and verification in the program selected. The requirements are intended to ensure members are enrolled in legitimate community service programs and to help protect from potential scams. The credibility of community service programs are taken into account in selecting recipients. 

Below is more information on the recipients:

Autumn, University of Oklahoma.

"By the time I was a Junior in high school, my school and community had lost the lives of three of my fellow classmates by suicide. When I saw how the loss of these students lives affected my school and community, I made it my mission to advocate and support the very preventable and important cause, suicide. I started volunteering with HeartLine in 2011, I started out helping with gathering auction items from local businesses for their annual event Festival of Hope, and when August came, I was trained to present our H.E.L.P (Healthy Education for Life Program) to Oklahoma Youth. Speaking to schools really touched my heart, because I had the ability to reach out to students around my age group and explain how serious the issue of suicide is, and how important compassion and understanding is among a student body."

Hannah, University of Tennessee Chattanooga

"My volunteer experiences have enriched my understanding of the field of nursing by exposing me to the real-life challenges and rewards that characterize healthcare today. The opportunity to be a part of a delivery team has opened my eyes and my heart to a path I knew I was meant to travel. My dream has always been to be a nurse. The opportunity to be in the hospital witnessing and participating in the delivery process further link my academic goals with my personal passion to provide care to mother and baby."

Joyce, University of Louisville

"This honor really encourages me to keep on doing things that I feel are fulfilling and meaningful. As a student volunteer, I have always felt passion for community service. I am constantly inspired by the people with whom I work and identify the need for continuous professional development of art therapy in mental health care."

Quinashai, University of Houston

"I am ever so grateful to accept this scholarship that will be used towards my tuition for this fall semester. I encourage everyone to lend a helping hand somewhere, investing into something that has been overlooked or undervalued."

About the Community Service Scholarship

Honorsociety.org believes leadership initiatives such as community service expand the perspective of motivated students and help them become more engaged citizens. The organization offers members exclusive scholarships, providing a safe directory to search for scholarships and grants. An important mission of HonorSociety.org is to protect members from potential scams, phishing, fake opportunities, and credibility issues of other services. Membership dues help fund scholarship opportunities such as the community service scholarship.

About HonorSociety.org

HonorSociety.org is an honors organization dedicated to recognizing student success, and helping students achieve. HonorSociety.org partners with premium services to provide students the tools to achieve. HonorSociety.org members are committed to scholarship, growth and success.

Media Contact: HonorSociety.org Member Services, HonorSociety.org, 1 (310) 268-8371, memberservices@honorsociety.org

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